South Boston

Address and Hours

@ South Boston Community Health Center

386 West Broadway
South Boston, MA 02127
P: 617-752-4672
F: 617-752-4643



M-Fri: 7am-7pm

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Meet Our Team 
Tim Kiley
James Madison University, University of Miami

Tim graduated from the University of Miami, FL in 2006 earning a Doctorate in Physical Therapy. Tim joined Bay State as a managing partner in 2011 opening its office in South Boston. Tim’s professional interests included advanced treatment of post-surgical shoulder and knee patients, management of running related injuries, and manual therapy of the spine. Tim uses a hand’s on approach to assess deficits during a thorough evaluation, than implements an individualized plan of care for a personalized treatment plan. Tim is also a certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist and works on developing treatment plans for patients post injury so that they can continue to improve their overall health and fitness.

Tim is married with 2 children and resides in Hopkinton. Along with spending time with his family, Tim enjoys playing basketball, volleyball, running in local 5k races, half marathons and marathons (finished Boston marathon 2015, 2017) and following Boston sports. He also enjoys being active in the community and has spent time as a coach at the high school and middle school level.


Justine Beauchamp
Simmons College

Justine graduated from Simmons University in 2013 with a BS in Exercise Science and in 2015 with a Doctorate of Physical Therapy. She began her career at Bay State Physical Therapy in South Boston and has enjoyed working with each patient to reach their fullest potential. 

Justine has worked in a variety of settings with diverse patient populations, which has allowed her to continuously foster a patient-therapist relationship based on trust and communication. She believes the key to pain-free mobility is through education, developing individualized treatment plans, and promoting overall well-being. Justine is certified as a Herman and Wallace Pelvic Floor 1 provider and continues to work with females who present with urinary incontinence, pelvic pain and dyspareunia, and/or other pelvic floor dysfunctions. She also enjoys working with infants and young children, including those who present with symptoms of torticollis.

Justine played soccer throughout her collegiate career and continues playing in local leagues. She enjoys running half and full marathons and completed the New York City Marathon in 2017 on behalf of the Human Rights Campaign and again in 2018. 


Meghan Taber
Northeastern University

Meghan graduated from Northeastern University in 2014 earning a BS in Rehabilitation Sciences and a Doctorate in Physical Therapy. She has experience working in a variety of healthcare settings including outpatient, acute care, and subacute rehab. She uses a combination of manual therapy, exercise, and education to assist patients in reaching their individual goals. She enjoys working with a wide range of orthopedic diagnoses relating to the spine and extremities. She focuses on promoting core and postural strength to correct muscular imbalances that can lead to pain. She has also attended continuing education on vestibular dysfunction and specializes in treating vertigo and balance impairments. 

Meghan completed a clinical rotation at Bay State PT in South Boston in 2013 and then rejoined the team in 2017. She lives in Southie and enjoys having the opportunity to work in her neighborhood. When not working, she loves to travel, take yoga and Pilates classes, and spend time with friends and family.